12135: Financial key figures as a percentage of long-term liabilities excl. pension obligations, municipality, by accounting concept (M) 2015 - 2019
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Share of long term liabilities excl. pension obligations (per cent):
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The table shows a summary of the relevant selected key figures for the municipality in proportion to its long-term liabilities excl. pension obligations.

The figures are represented as a percentage of the long- term liabilities excl. pension obligations. Figures are published I NOK 1000.

The table comprises of data from the previous table referred to as 'Municipality consolidated accounts”.

The data are derived from reported accounting forms, from the municipalities, municipal own units with separate accounts within own county (KF), municipal collaborations and inter- municipal companies (IKS).

The accounts for the inter-municipal companies (IKS) are calculated according to the shares owned by the participating municipality. This information is collected from the company register at Brønnøysund.

Due to migration to KOSTRA'S new production system, there could be discrepancies in some of the accounting classifications in the new tables, in comparison to discontinued tables for 2015 and 2016. This is as a result of different calculating methods applied.
See list over changes in regional classifications (in Norwegian).

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